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    New Vegas/KotOR
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    Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords
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  1. I wanna try and make some mods myself after all these years. I just love this place so much, even though I haven't ever really been that active here. I think KotORFiles is done for though tbh. I can't even view files without refreshing two or three times.
  2. Empire is a great film and glad that it is getting the praise it is due. Still, wish the top ten lists and such like this were a little less generic.
  3. Now, I've only beaten the second Mass Effect (multiple times), and started a playthrough on the first one and am about halfway through it. Bought the third game last week, don't really care about spoilers. It has been very hard to play through the original Mass Effect, the gameplay in general is just very underwhelming and I just don't find the plot to be as good as its sequel. I do like the characters though, Kaidan, Ashley, Liara, and of course Tali. And the Mako.. it's just been very hard to get into the first title. I know why people like it, and I am still trudging forward, but it has not rubbed me the same way that its successor did. I will say that Mass Effect 2 was an incredible game; after playing the original, it is clear to me that removing some of the 'rpg' parts of the game (all the customization in armor, weapons, etc.) was a very good thing. I find myself hindered having to change things constantly. I bought Mass Effect 2 on a whim, randomly decided to play the demo, it was on sale at Steam, and voila, bought just like that. The main storyline wasn't anything epic, but the characters were so good. There wasn't one unlikable member of the cast. My favorites being Miranda, Thane, Jack, and Samara, the inclusion of loyalty quests made the game - together with the last level, made the game a top-notch and a lasting effect on me. Started Mass Effect 3, and it's been good and fun, more like 2 than 3, though I am a little disappointed in my favorites not being in my team. I just liked the ME2 team better, I guess, though I love having Kaidan and Liara again. We'll see how I feel towards the ending; after Final Fantasy XIII-2's ending, I'm pretty sure I can handle any kind of troll ending.
  4. With Kreia, I don't really think there will ever be an official confirmation of 'what' (or perhaps 'whom'?) she really is. There have been many theories, and I can clearly see where you got Arkanian. From the speculation I have read, Kreia seems to be an Echani. There was a really good Let's Play walkthrough that really put together the evidence (link here) and pieced together a lot of interesting tid-bits. But unless the new Revan novel has a grand revelation regarding her, I would imagine that it will always only be rumors, theories, and speculation.
  5. Alright, I have to say that I am digging female Shepard number 5. Also, it's about time I posted in this thread - I am so excited for this game. Whether or not I'll use the default, whichever is chosen, I don't think I will use it that often. I still don't use the 'default' male Shepard because of his.. extremely creepy smiles and looks. Female Shepard has the better voice, anyway. As a side note: I haven't played the first game (blasphemy, I know). Do you all think I should pick it up now? Do we know if the choices in the first game have much influence in the third installment?
  6. Thank you kindly for the message, unfortunately I was gone for the larger part of a few months. Excellent movie! So glad Natalie Portman won for it.

  7. The first mission: (This BBCode requires its accompanying plugin to work properly.) Video is a bit interesting, it details multiple ways to take on the very first mission. Figured since a lot of you were interested in the game that this video might help with your impressions with the game. I am truly impressed, not having played the first two, though plans are being made (The first is on Steam, no?). A bit of an update on the game; Deus Ex: Human Revolution will now be released in August, the 23rd for Americans, and the 26th for the Europeans.
  8. Just saw Black Swan... it was beautiful. Natalie Portman is going to win the Academy Award. In other words, also just had a re-watch of the whole Star Wars saga.
  9. Stop right there! You have a Black Swan avatar! You have my trust and respect.

  10. Interesting; I'd go with Sabretooth for now, though, depending on how exactly you wanted this to go on. You mentioned the Courier. I am assuming this is after the battle of Hoover Dam?
  11. Why is it that the ONE time I get a bug, it has to happen at the end? Is it just me, or are the new companions grand? Veronica probably has more character than any of the characters in Fallout 3. Boone's storyline was great.. I felt bad for him, and his mission was fun. Cass was a lot of fun too.
  12. Just want to clear this up a bit; kind of. It depends on what gender your character is, and whatnot. (For example, getting the companion Archade Gannon can be a bit hard as he has a very tough speech check. But, if you are male and have the 'Confirmed Bachelor' perk, you can flirt your way into making him your companion, ignoring the check. I also read you can flirt with another female companion that goes by the name of Cass.. though I think that is as far as it gets.) Yeah. It's kind of cool (compared to Fallout 3, at least) as they will specifically make remarks depending on the environment you are at. It takes them some time to completely open up, but it isn't like the Bioware 'you have leveled, now speak to me' method, and they will instead approach you. You gain perks for having the companions in your party. By completing their quests, your companion gains a perk. I'm loving the game; just beat it for the first time today in a somewhat unplanned-speedthrough. Major Spoilers Beware! Show spoiler (hidden content - requires Javascript to show) I ended up choosing Mr. House. Despite the despot he might seem, the way I ended things with him was very nice - my only regret was having to destroy the Brotherhood of Steel. The Legion was struck down, albeit with peaceful terms as their commander promised for no more violence; just him and myself. I felt bad for the NCR at first, but gave them the terms of his surrender. The ending was much, much, much better than Fallout 3's. More voice actors, more scenarios, and longer. New Vegas ended with it being a jewel in the wasteland, and House promised to do things my way, and was willing to help out others that I helped with. Getting ready for my next playthrough now, hoping to finally find Veronia and ED-E.
  13. Bah, been playing it for the last hour or two and I am in love. Everything has been wonderful, aside from this colony of Deathclaws that attacked me. Voice acting has been great, and it is wonderful to be able to start with two radios instead of just one. I've mainly been listening to New Vegas Radio. Just from exploring the wastes, it's pretty easy to see that it is quite beautiful - not so dreary like F3. Also, I'm playing on Hardcore mode, it's pretty nifty. Still haven't tried weapon crafting yet.
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